BLACK COMMUNITY SCHOOL (Part 3)
The topic the local Black Community choose to discuss and put on YouTube concerns “Where are we? How did we get here? Where are we going? How are we going to get there? What are we going to do once we get there?” Let us step back in time to our glory days and imagine the way our Ancient African Ancestors were socialized into daily living. That can be likened to the development of a turtle. African Traditions’ Turtle features consist of its soft parts (similar to a human’s Private Self) being inside an armored shell (similar to a human’s Public Self) while on the Spiritual Elements Mission Path. In the Private Self resides the home of ones Soul and “Heart”–the source of ones Character and Self-Esteem–the awareness of ones own Selfhood Greatness. Selfhood Greatness consists of: (1) a drop of God (thus providing all the power one needs to succeed in life); (2) the “Genetics” of our Ancient African Ancestors–the most brilliant and humanity powerful and achievement producing people that ever lived; and (3) any given human’s unique Talent (the purpose for what one is to do in life). Ancient Africans cultivated these first in order to have such Good Character–compassion, Self-love, Courage, Beauty, Helper, Duty, Certainty in God–as would lead them to the Heaven Afterlife. The Public Self’s Shell consists of everything required, on the one hand, to satisfy its First Law of Nature (Survive, Self-Protect, Self-Preserve) and on the other hand, to properly thrive in conjunction with benefitting fellow Cosmic Organism family members. Just as a fetus develops in the mother’s womb and, following birth, is protected by the family, Turtle eggs are deposited in holes in sandy slopes, covered with sand and left to hatch by the heat of the sun. Inside the egg, the soft parts are unprotected for 15 days following conception. Then the shoulder bones slide inside its rib cage, making room for the shell to grow. This is followed by its ribs moving out and up, eventually fusing to help form the back half of its shell, a part of its exoskeleton called a carapace.
In humans this indicates how the Private Self gives rise to the Public Self. Once everything is completed in its development and the turtle breaks out of its egg covering, it relies on its shell armor to protect itself from the teeth and claws of hungry animals. Something like this occurred in Ancient Africans teaching their youth about how to proceed in life. The theme is to always be in Charge (self-responsibility for ones own mind, Private Self, Public Self, and destiny) and Control (directing ones own destiny, lifestyle, and providing and maintaining the “5Ss”) of ones life, of everything one does, and of every situation one is in. These are the goals they taught their youth. The tools for both are Self-Discipline and Self-Control–properly directed by “Right” thinking so as to thrive as well as self-protect from bad information given by ignorant people and by destructive information given by evil people.
Each of these self-reliant aspects are powered by Spiritual (not Emotional) Energy so as to display as dedication, commitment, loyalty, determination, persistence, and perseverance–so as to not give up–so as to always give ones best effort–and so as to achieve the goal. Each are like links in a chain and each is needed to complete any worthwhile task. The source of this power, they said, comes from the Spiritual Elements in the pattern resembling Primitive Africans’ lake dweller huts. The Base upon which the hut rests is Unconditional Love–i.e. the God’s inner nature–and thus making it undefinable, unknowable, un-splitable, and possessing no aura of fear. Yet, its manifestations are discerned by Spiritual Love, Spiritual Caring, and the “5Ss”. Such can be known by persisting in giving resistant people what will help them thrive and be happy. Such can be sent and received by one having a “Free Mind”–a mindset obtained by perfecting to an ultimate degree their brain’s Right and Left sides, but with the Right Brain orchestrating. Natural Right brain intuition has a creative (from “Pure Feelings”) and non-creative part (e.g. the sixth sense; predominantly Ancient Brain instincts). Ancient African Priest-Astronomers’ remarkable skills of mental and visual focus were demonstrated by their discovery of the Sirus B star. Despite it being invisible to the naked eye, what is even more incredible is the recording of that star taking the unique course of a figure of 8. Both observations have recently been verified by Western Science. From studying the sky they discovered Laws of Nature–the home of God’s Laws, and thus the source of humans’ wisdom. jabaileymd.com
Joseph A. Bailey II, MD, FACS
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